Five players limped into the pot, before Chris Moorman raised it up to 25,000. Louis Bonnecaze was to his left, and raised it up to 75,000. The table folded back around to Moorman, who gave up the hand, as Bonnecaze continues where he left off before the break.
Seven players limped into the pot, before Blair Hinkle moved all in, bringing a string of folds, to see him take down the pot.
Almost everyone on the table limped into the pot, before the flop came down . Sam Panzica was first to act, and moved all in, which secured him the pot.
Daniel Johnson raised it up to 17,000, as Paul Lieu made the call. The flop came down , as Johnson threw out a continuation bet of 21,000. Lieu thought for a moment, before making the call. The fell on the turn, as Johnson slowed down, checking his option. Lieu reached for his stack, and threw out a bet of 21,000, as Johnson went into the tank. He asked for a count, as he leaned over the table to look at Lieu’s stack, before making the call. The completed the board, as both players quickly checked.
Johnson rolled over his for a full house, as Lieu’s cards flew into the muck.
Chris Moorman raised it up to 17,000 and was called by Louis Bonnecaze and Daniel Johnson. The flop came down as Johnson checked his option, before Moorman threw out a continuation bet of 29,000. Bonnecaze quickly folded, as Johnson thought a little longer about his decision, before mucking his hand, relinquishing the pot to Moorman.